Does Express have nice suits? Should I buy this?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by docgerrard, Sep 18, 2012.



  1. NoCleverName

    NoCleverName Senior member

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    For $200 you can do better, although perhaps it depends on what you're going to use the suit for. If it's for business, a job, or interviews, that suit isn't appropriate and you can do a lot better for $200 by going to a department store or saving up a little more and getting one of the cheapest Suit Supply suits. If it's for clubbing or something and is just going to be a throwaway suit then have at it. This is all assuming that $200 is your budget, if you can afford more then there are much better suits out there.
     


  2. docgerrard

    docgerrard Well-Known Member

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    Thanks!

    My budget is probalby around 200-400 dollars.

    I kind of want a suit to be all purpose. Use for social gatherings like weddings and use for professional events like interviews.

    I'm a medical student living off of loan money, so I have to be cheap now lol.

    What do you recommend? Thanks for the advice!
     


  3. NoCleverName

    NoCleverName Senior member

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    I would look at Suit Supply, it'll be the best in that range.
     


  4. docgerrard

    docgerrard Well-Known Member

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    Why are all of those prices in euros? lol can I pay in dollars?

    And thanks for the suggestion? Any recommendations in particular from their collection?
     


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